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In 1968, the Journal, or The Placer Weekly Argus as it was once known, began publishing a twice weekly paper. Before then, it published once a week, which it did from 1872. The decision to go back to two days was made to adapt to increasing staff and supply costs, and to continue to provide a valuable product..
A few spotty showers are likely today, much like what we saw yesterday with most falling in the form of a drizzle. Then as we go into your thursday, rain chances increase as an approaching system moves in from the west. On thursday, our winds will be mostly out of the south.
She been speaking at different First Nations communities, she was on CBC The Current a national radio program, and in the Ottawa Citizen recently. Her story is getting out there and it having a positive impact. I hear that in a lot of the feedback I get about the film..
Many of the women whose slalom race was scrapped because of strong winds at the Yongpyong Alpine Center on Wednesday, including American star and defending gold medalist Shiffrin, took a couple of practice runs for the giant slalom that will be Thursday. Men took informal downhill training on a shortened course at the Jeongseon Alpine Center about 30 miles (50 kilometers) away. Racer Megan McJames said.
So a combination of robust growth and restrained inflation will make voters feel happy about the economy. Happy voters will vote for the incumbent party and vice versa,” Brad Schiller, an emeritus professor of economics at American University, explains in an op ed for the Los Angeles Times. “Simply put, Clinton lost because the economy under President Obama did not perform well enough to meet Fair’s thresholds of happiness.